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Korean Journal of Plant Resources
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Volume 1, Issue 1 - Oct 1988
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Heritability and Correlation Coefficients in Edible Oil Crops in Korea
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 1, issue 1, 1988, Pages 1~7
This experiment were carried out to study the heritability, genotypic, pheno-typic and environmental correlation in four edible oil crops. Heritabilities of flowering date, maturing date, plant height and weight of 1, 000 grains in rape were high. A highly significant positive correlation was found between flowering date and maturing date, plant hight and ear length, number of pods per ear and flowering date, maturing date and plant hight, The number of seed per pod showed also significant positive correlation with flowering or maturing date as well as with the relationship between weight of 1, 000 grains and plant height or ear length inrapeseed, respectively. Heritabilities of maturing date, length of stem with eapsule and number of seed per capsule were high, in sesame. Genotypic correlation between plant height and length of stem with capsule, length of stem with capsule and number of capsule per plant, number of capsule per plant and weight of 1, 000 grains, weight of 1, 000 grains and yield were highy positive in sesame. Heritabilities of flowering date, length of main stem, weight of 100 grains and number of shells per square meter in peanut were high, There was positive genotypic correlation between length of main stem and yield, number of shells per quare meter and matured seed ratio, number of shells per square meter and yield, 100 grains weight and yield. On the other hand, a significant negative correlation appeared between flowering date and yield. Heritabilities of days to flowering, stem length, stem diameter and weight of 1, 000 grains in perila were high. There was positive genotypic correlation between stem length and stem diameter, number of pods per plant, stem weight etc, between number of internodes and number of pods per plant, stem weight, number of valid branches and number of pods plant as well, respectively. While, a significant negative correlation was observed between number of valid branches and weight of 1, 000 grains, between number of pods per plant and weight of 1, 000 grains.
Research on Antineoplastic Compounds Obtained from Natural sources Especially from Higher Plants
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 1, issue 1, 1988, Pages 8~22
Vincristine and vinblastine isolated from Vinco spp. , and podophyllotoxine derivatives isolated from Podophyllum spp. are usefulas anticancerous components obtaned from higher plants. More thanten antineoplastic compounds are now following them as anticancerousagents from higher plants. In my laboratory, Sarcoma 180A has beenused as the first screening test. By this method, I have found outsome kinds of antineoplastic constituents from active plants extracts .For instance, bisaborane type compounds were isolated from Curcumaxanthorrhiza, one of Indonesian plants; a morphinane type compoundfromCocculus trilobus; cyclic hexapeptides from Rubia akane and R.cordiorta. Seven components having antineoplastic actirity wereisolated from Rubia spp. except. R. tinctoria. Their structures wereelucidated except RA-Vl by chemical reaction and variovs instrumentalanalysis as shown in Fig. Among of them, RA-Vll showed strong activityagainst P388 Lymphocytic leukemia, L2O, B16 melanoma, Lewis lungcarcinoma, colon 38 and Ehrlich carcinoma. RA-V revealed excellentactivity against MM2 mammary carcinoma. The· value of acute LD5O ofRA-ViI were 10. Omg/kg( iP) and 16.5mg/kg( po ) respectiveIy . Therapruticratio was 400, compared with 10 of mitomycin C. QSAR was also appliedto these compounds by elongation of ether and ester side chains atR'. Mechanism of action of RA-Vll was also investigated and wasassumed to be inhibition of protein biosynthesis .
A Study on the Herb plant Resources in Mohu Mountain I. Investigation of the Herb plant Resources around Mt. Mohu
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 1, issue 1, 1988, Pages 23~32
The Plants medicinal resources of Mt. Mohu were investigated 12 times from July 1, 1987 to July 28, 1988. In order to analyze the vegetation of Mt. Mohu area,herb plants structure and distribution. Herb plants of Mohu Mt. consisted of 58families, 230 species in all. The resources of important herb drugs were plant-aginaceae, Labiatae, Amarantaceae, Campanulaceae, Asclepiaclaceae, Leguminosae,Gentianaceae, Liliaceae, lilicaceae, Dioscoreaceae, Compositae, Caprifoliaceae,Ranuncvlaceae, Lauraceae, Lardizabalaceae, Araliaceae, Solanaceae, Cornaceae,Fagaceae and Rosaceae. The herb drugs were comparatively more than in othermountains in our country.
한국과 일본에 자생하는 더덕에 있어서의 Isozymes의 지역간 차이
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 1, issue 1, 1988, Pages 34~40
Effect of Quality and Yield to Different Purning Degree in Lycium Chinense Miller
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 1, issue 1, 1988, Pages 42~47
The florescence steps of Lycium chinense M. are as follows: Budding-Yellow, leaf-Falling-Flowering. Pruning treatment has a long stem diameter compared withnon-pruning treatment and as a result, the numbers of internode were great and thetotal effective numbers of branch were great, too. In the non-pruning treatment asthe fruit length was short so the fruit was small, and on the contrary in the pruningtreatment as the fruit length was long so large and good fruits were produced.Fresh fruit weight produced per 10a was increased as much as 38-39% in thesurface pruning treatment and in the pruning treatment l0Cm away from surfacecompared with in the non-pruning treatmerlt.
Effect of Plant growth regulators on flowering in Camellia species.
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 1, issue 1, 1988, Pages 48~52
In order to examine the effect of growth regulators on flower bud formation and anthesis, various growth regulators were applied during the initiation and growthstages of flower bud development in Camellia. The inhibitor CCC increased flowerbud formation. But gibberellin had a strong suppressing effect of flower budformation while it stimulated elongatien of shoots. On the other hand, gibberellinpromoted the growth of flower buds and hastened anthesis, while other growthregulators had no effect.
A Study on the Herb Plant Resources in Cheonnam Area II. Investigation of the Herb Plant Resources Mt. Baegun
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 1, issue 1, 1988, Pages 53~71
The plants medicinal resources of Mt. Baegun were investigated 21 times from March 1, 1986 to December 30, 1987. In order to analyze the vegetation of Mt.Baegun area, herb plants structure and distribution. Herb plants of Baegun Mt.consisted of 60 families, 250 species in all, The resourees of important herb drugswere Campanulaceae, Salicaceae, Moraceae, Polygonaceae. Amarantaceae, Plant-aglnaceae, Labiatae, Compositae, Asclepiaclaceae, Leguminosae, Gentianaceae, Liliaceae, lilicaceae, Dioscoreaceae, Caprifollaceae, Ranunculaceae, Lauraceae, LardicaDalaceae, Araliaceae, Solanaceaer Cornaceae, Fagaceae and Rosaeeae. Theherb durgs were eomparatively more than in other mountains in our country.
구기자 ( Lycium chinense MILLER ) 신품종 유성 1호와 유성 2호 육성에 관하여 ( New Boxthorn ( Lycium chinense MILLER )Varieties ` Yu Seong 1 ` and ` Yu Seong 2 ` )
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 1, issue 1, 1988, Pages 72~79
This experiment was conducted to breed the Boxthorn varieties with resistance to Anthracnose, good quality and high yielding potential in 1984 to 1986(3 years).The character of "Yu seong 1" with resistance to Anthracnose and "Yu seong 2"with good quality and high yielding potential are fellows;1, The plant type of "Yu seong 1" was semi-elect type but became to electtype after 60C" rediation and yield was decreased because of the number of flowers.2. The yield of "Yu seong 2" was the highest of all varieties.3. The quality(Extract and Betain contents) of "Yu seong 2" was the best ofall varieties and visible character was good.The results of this experinent showed that "Yu seong 1" should be promisinglines in south area because of resistance Anthracnose and "Yu seong 2" should bepromising lines in north area.hracnose and "Yu seong 2" should bepromising lines in north area.orth area.
Study of Karyotype , Meiosis and Isozyme of Hybrid from cross Lilium longiflorum x L. X elegans
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 1, issue 1, 1988, Pages 80~87
Hybries which was made up by chromosome of L. longiflorum and L. x elegans, using root-tip individual which was obtained through ovary slice culture, and root-tip of these parents, with hoirugen staining, gimsa staining and Q-H staining inaccordance with the location and the existence of secondary construction which waslocating near short arm centromere of No, 1,2,6,9. In metaphase of meiosis ofhybrid which was made up by univalent from 2 individuals to 10 individuals wasobserved, and nuclear plate which was having abnormal type's synthesis amounted to91% of all cells whieh were observed. This result showed the fact that someobstacle arose annormal progress of the divission after that time. 63% of the cellshad micronucleus from 1 individlial to 4 individuals in tetrad phase of meiosisdivision. The peroxidase and
-estelase zymogram phenotypes of parents andhybrids were determined using agarlose IEF gel. Crosses were performed betweenparents bearing dissimilar allelomorphs in orther to discern the genetic control ofthe resolved enzymes. Genetic variation of hybrids were detected at all but 2 plant progenies.
Studies on Aseptic Culture of Seed in Dendrobium Monile I. Effects of Basal Media and Growth Regulators on Germination of Seeds and Growth of Plantlet
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 1, issue 1, 1988, Pages 88~92
The study was conducted to determine the optimal basal media and the concentration of plant growth regulator for germination of seeds and growth of plantlet from Dendrobium monile. The results obtained were summarized as follows. Germination was similar in light and dark condition, but the growth of plantlet after germination was better under dark than under light condition in several media. Germination was best in Hyponex and Kyoto solution medium among the 9 media tested. The number of roots/shoot was most in the Hyponex medium containing 0,1ppm NAA and 1.Oppm BA.
A Study on the Herb Plant Resources in Jeonnam II. Investigation of the Herb Plant Resources around Mt. Jogho
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 1, issue 1, 1988, Pages 93~116
The plants medicinal resourees of Mt. Joghe were investigeted 10 times from January, 1988 to October, 1988. In order to analyze the vegetation of Joghemountain area, herb plants structure and distribution. Herb plants of Joghe moun-tain consisted of 102 families, 265 species in all. The resources of important herbdrugs were Gramineae, Cyperaceae Oleaceae, Araceae, Polygonaceae, Caryophyllaceae,Ranunculaceae, Theaceae, Cruciferae, Liliaceae, Rosaceae, Geranjaceae, Violaceae,Vitaceae, Umbelliferae, Labiatae, Solanaceae, Campanulaceae, Rutaceae, Compositae,Dioscoreaceae, Fagaeeae, Moraceae, Anacardiaceae, Legum inosae, Cupressaceae, andJuelandaceae. The herb drugs were comparatively more than in other mountains inour country.
Changes in cultural Practices of Gastrodia elata in Korea
Korean Journal of Plant Resources, volume 1, issue 1, 1988, Pages 117~122